Hey all, I am here and new to Kansas so I am kind of a transplant. I started making a knife before I left Georgia(it started a long time before) and I had the wood handles glued on with Gorilla glue before we left . We got our stuff and I started working the wood again and the wood was seperated from the tang. I assumed the wood shrank and pulled it off the tang. I cleaned the metal with acetone before I set it to glue. I popped the other side off and used two part epoxy after sanding the tang, acetone on it again and sanded the scales to get the old glue off. I put one scale on and glued it and forgot it for two weeks. I took the clamps off and checked the adhesion. I put a little twist pressuer on the scale again and it popped right off. I followed the directions on the packages and there was no wood stuck on the tang from tearing away, the scales just popped off clean and smooth. I need some help on getting the glue to stick. I found some metal cutting blades and it is a good 1/8th inch thick, so I figured it would make a good knife. I worked it and kept it on the cool side to shape it and hand ground it on a stone to get the edge. I am sure it is hard to drill but will I need to drill it and pin it to keep the scales on? It would be a nice little knife if I could get it to have a handle on it. Please help with what I can do. thank you for your help.